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Any Canadian or American built car or pickup {106.5” wheel base}. Camaro's and Firebirds allowed. NO station wagons or convertibles. "T'' roofs have to pass tech and safety inspections. "T” panels to be reinforced with 20-gauge steel. When replacing damaged frame rails, the material used must be of the same thickness or greater. Suspension points must remain in stock location. All combustibles, glass, or loose chrome are to be removed. EVERYTHING MUST REMAIN STOCK EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING.


SUSPENSION: Cambering, within the stock lengths to the bolts to that car. ABSOLUTELY NO triangulation or reinforcement of suspension mounting points. Front suspension of Dodges or Unibody cars may be reinforced. NO shocks that can be used as weight jacking devices. Stock appearing shocks ONLY {ie:50/50 shocks}. NO alteration of front or rear bars or shock mounts [ie: position or pre­ load} OEM replacement is acceptable. After market suspension bushings allowed.        


TIRES AND WHEELS: Up to 60 series tire of summer or M&S design. NO track destroying aggressive tread tires. Snowflake OK. Maximum 8" rims. After market rim optional. N.O lightweight racing rims. NO aluminum rims. 1 4" or 1 5" tires, recaps optional. Racing tires allowed. Stock right front rim should be reinforced. PSCA recommends right rear be reinforced if it is stock. Optional oversized tie-rod ends and drag link. Oversized wheel nuts OK for front wheel only. Tires must stay inside of stock body. Gas charged bumper shocks must be disabled.


ENGINE: Optional skid plate from front of car to transmission. Securely fastened. NO aluminum heads, blocks, or flywheels. Vortec or aftermarket Vortec heads OK. No roller cams or rocker arms. Exhaust system must extend to a point behind the driver, or out from underneath the car and not to be turned down. Maximum 1  ” adapter plates. Corp to Corp, 2 barrel or 4 barrel carbs OK. Carb must have butterflys. After market air cleaners allowed.  No aircleaner hole in hood, aircleaner must fit under stock hood. NO high performance parts, ONLY STOCK. NO solid lifter cams. Pistons with flat tops only. NO domed pistons. Any stock heads. Engines not to exceed 350 Chevy, 351 Ford (Windsor only) or 360 Chrystler/AMC. Exceptions may be made by BOD A .060 overbore is allowed on all engine. Electric fan in front. One {1} gallon over-flow, rad must have catch can. After market valve covers allowed. Chrome parts allowed. All casting numbers must be on block, heads and crank. {ALL CLASSES}.


FUEL SYSTEM:  Stock gas tank must be removed. Maximum 94 Pump gas.  Tank may be aluminum, racing fuel cell steel with bladder or outboard motor tank. Must have a screw type cap, and a vent hosepipe on the left side of the tank. Vent hose must have a 360-degree loop. Filler neck must not extend outside of the bodylines. Must be passed by tech. Tank is not to exceed 1 6-gallons maximum. Tank must be mounted at least 1 8" in front of rear body, in trunk. Must be securely fastened {to be passed by tech}. A rear crash bar is MANDATORY if unable to meet 1 8" rule. NO plastic or glass filters or bowls. When replacing the throttle cable use only factory OEM replacement cables.


TRANSMISSIONS: Any stock transmission Corp. to Corp. Drive shaft sling not more than 1 /3 distance from front yoke and not more than 2" from the bottom of the drive shaft. All drive shafts must be painted white and shatter shields must be installed on all standard transmissions. Bell housing and scatter shields NOT attached to the engine must be attached to the cage. Cooler lines must be shielded from the driver. No powerglide transmissions allowed.


REAR ENDS: Locked or welded rear ends allowed, ratio may be changed.  Must have non-adjustable rubber bushings. Stock suspension mounting points only.


BODIES: Removal of front inner fender well allowed. Radius of wheel wells allowed. Stock latching of hood and trunk lid MUST be removed and replaced with a minimum of 2 hood pins each. Must be securely fastened in all 4 corners. Large steel washers around pinholes are needed. Windshield may be left in but must be securely fastened with safety clips or straps or chrome molding only on front, or may be replaced with windshield safety glass {laminated, tempered, safety glass} or tech approved screen. Must fully protect the driver. Driver's door nets must be securely fastened on the bottom, NO flapping MANDATORY. All sheet metal must remain on the car with the 

exception of the driver's door ONLY, passengers door if all bars extend into it. Minimum 2" collapsible steering column may be installed. Rubber body mounts must remain stock. Uni-bodies can join the frame rails. Tow chains or hooks MANDATORY on front and back of car. Missing panels must be replaced by the next race. Reinforcement of rear bumper only allowed. Tunneling for mufflers allowed. Cutting of floorboards and installation of metal boxes allowed for muffler clearance. NO cutting or removal of body cross members.


ROLL CAGE:  Minimum 4-point roll cage. NO galvanized pipe. Bars must be securely welded to frame or be plate reinforced. 1 1/2" schedule 40 .1       2    5  or equivalent strength seamless pipe. Approved racing seat to be properly installed, Approved by tech. Seat to be lowered so that driver's helmet is below top of cage. Driver's must have door reinforced with steel bar extending into rear door or quarter, Two bars allowed to protect radiator, not to extend past grill, must remain behind front bumper. Front bars to have rounded corners. NO triangulation allowed except to support main cage. 2 bars allowed {l 1/2" max} from rear main brace to tail end of frame for rear reinforcement only. May not be used to triangulate suspension-mounting  points. All bars around driver must be padded. Minimum 1/2" thick foam. NO grader blades, drill rods, or other tempered metals allowed on cars.  Optional  1  /8"  plate  on  all  but welds  on  main cage. MANDATORY four {4} gussets in top of main cage. Rub rails allowed. Must be flushed with body of car, straight on left side of car, from middle of the front rim to the middle of the back rim. Parallel on the right side of the car, going from the center spindle of the front tire to the center of the rear axle. Ends must be turned in.  Seats and seat belts.. SEE SAFETY RULES ALL CLASSES.


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:  See safety all classes.

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